King John castle Limerick

Nick Reddan's Newspaper Extracts
(now including Simon de Montfort's extracts (work in progress))
— part 62

The data in my extracts includes entries that interest me from various Irish newspapers from 1720 to 1865 sorted by family name. Simon's extracts references from Longford / Leitrim / Westmeath / Roscommon and were previously on his site LONGFORD ANCESTRY in a different format. They add some bredth and richness to my own efforts.

List of newspapers and where they might be found

Main families covered by my extracts include CROKER, COOTE, DREW, SWAN and others with some relationship with them.


TYPE has the following values NPB = birth, NPM = marriage, NPD = death, NPA = advertisement, NPN = notice, NPS = news story

PaperYearMDayTypeFamily nameForenameTitleEntryExtract
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Pue'sO17351028NPAMAYNARDWilliamEsqThe interest in the lease of Curryglass in the co of Cork, being a term of 5000 years lately belonging to William MAYNARD Esq deceased ... Mr James HOWISON Adimr of said William MAYNARD ... 22 Oct 1735NickR
Longford J1840125NPMMAYNARD Hon CaptJanuary 16, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, the Hon. Captain Maynard, Royal Horse Guards (Blue), only son of Viscount Maynard, to the Hon. Frances Murray, youngest daughter of the Dowager Lady Glenlyon, and niece to the Dukes of Northumberland and Athol. SdeM
Longford J1840125NPMMAYNARD Viscount MaynardJanuary 16, at St. George's, Hanover-square, London, the Hon. Captain Maynard, Royal Horse Guards (Blue), only son of Viscount Maynard, to the Hon. Frances Murray, youngest daughter of the Dowager Lady Glenlyon, and niece to the Dukes of Northumberland and Athol. SdeM
WMT J1829414NPDMAYNEEdwardEsqAt Cashel on the 7th instant, in the 73d year of his age, Edward Mayne, Esq., formerly one of the Judges of the Court of King's Bench in this kingdom.SdeM
WMT J18231016NPMMAYNEEdwardEsq JudgeOn the 19th of September, at Berne, in the house of the British Ambassador, Thos. Edward, second son of Doctor Beaty, of Molesworth- street, M.D., to Margaret, daughter of Edward Mayne, late one of the Judges of the Court of King's Bench in Ireland, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1834403NPBMAYNEHenryEsqOn the 26th instant, at Lower Dorset-street, Dublin, the lady of Henry Mayne, Esq., of a daughter.SdeM
WMT G1835514NPBMAYNEHenryEsqOn the 8th instant, in Lower Dorset-street, Dublin, the lady of Henry Mayne, Esq., of a son.SdeM
WMT G1835521NPBMAYNEHenryEsqOn the 8th instant, in Lower Dorset-street, Dublin, the lady of Henry Mayne, Esq., of a son.SdeM
WMT J1824624NPDMAYNEJEsqAt Dundrum, on the 18th instant, Richard, sixth son of J. Mayne, Esq., Merrion-square, aged four years and six months.SdeM
Longford J1839511NPDMAYNEJames ArthurEsqMay 3, Rachel, eldest daughter of the late James Arthur Mayne, Esq., late of Hardwicke-place.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPDMAYNEJohnEsqOn the 6th instant, at his house, in French-street, Dublin, deeply regretted, John Mayne, Esq., Clerk of the Peace for the County of Cavan.SdeM
WMT J1828306NPMMAYNEJohn RochfortEsqOn Friday, the 22d instant, in the parish Church of Ematris, by the Rev. Joseph Welsh, Rector of Donegal, John Rochfort Mayne, Esq., to Frances, youngest daughter of the late Ralph Dawson, of Tanagh, in the county of Monaghan, Esq.SdeM
LC1835613NPDMAYNEJohn RockfordEsqAt Cootehill, co Cavan, John Rockford MAYNE Esq aged 33NickR
FJ1835611NPDMAYNEJohn RockfortEsqat Cootehill, co Cavan, John Rockfort MAYNE EsqNickR
WMT J18231016NPMMAYNEMargaret On the 19th of September, at Berne, in the house of the British Ambassador, Thos. Edward, second son of Doctor Beaty, of Molesworth- street, M.D., to Margaret, daughter of Edward Mayne, late one of the Judges of the Court of King's Bench in Ireland, Esq.SdeM
Longford J1839511NPDMAYNERachel May 3, Rachel, eldest daughter of the late James Arthur Mayne, Esq., late of Hardwicke-place.SdeM
FJ1835207NPMMAYNERichardEsqOn the 30th ult in Paris, Richard MAYNE of Freame Mount, co Monaghan, Esq to Louisa eldest daughter of Charles COOTE of Bellamont Forest, co Cavan EsqNickR
LC1835207NPMMAYNERichardEsqAt the British Embassy Paris, Richard MAYNE Esq of Freane Mount, co Monaghan, to Louisa eldest daughter of Charles COOTE Esq of Bellamont Forest, co CavanNickR
WMT J1824624NPDMAYNERichard At Dundrum, on the 18th instant, Richard, sixth son of J. Mayne, Esq., Merrion-square, aged four years and six months.SdeM
LGA1810821NPSMAYNE Hon JusticeBefore the Hon Justice MAYNE, and a special Jury in the county, a Verdict was pronounced on Wednesday last, for 1,917. for the Rev. James ELLARD, Jun of Kilmallock, in which the Right Hon. Earl of Landaff was Defendant, in consequence of a refusal to renew a lease of lands held under his Lordship by the Plaintiff, and for which there was a written document, binding to perform. The damages were laid at 6000l.NickR
WMT J1829806NPMMAZZINGHIJosephEsqJuly 30, at St. Luke's Chelsea, Anthony French, Esq., eldest son of Colonel French, of Prospect-hill, Galway, to Josephine, eldest daughter of Joseph Mazzinghi, Esq., of Cadogan-place, London.SdeM
WMT J1829806NPMMAZZINGHIJosephine July 30, at St. Luke's Chelsea, Anthony French, Esq., eldest son of Colonel French, of Prospect-hill, Galway, to Josephine, eldest daughter of Joseph Mazzinghi, Esq., of Cadogan-place, London.SdeM
WMT J1828424NPMM'BEANJamesMrIn Clones Church, on the 10th inst., Mr. W. Robinson, of Derry, to Martha, only daughter of the late Mr. Jas. M'Bean, of Cavan.SdeM
WMT J1828424NPMM'BEANMartha In Clones Church, on the 10th inst., Mr. W. Robinson, of Derry, to Martha, only daughter of the late Mr. Jas. M'Bean, of Cavan.SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMM'BRIDESarah May 25, James M'Nair, of Crossmolina, in the Co. of Mayo, Esq., Member of the Royal College of Surgeons London, to Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. M'Bride, of Sligo.SdeM
WMT J1829604NPMM'BRIDEWilliamMrMay 25, James M'Nair, of Crossmolina, in the Co. of Mayo, Esq., Member of the Royal College of Surgeons London, to Sarah, daughter of the late Mr. Wm. M'Bride, of Sligo.SdeM
BNL1749323NPDMC A FEECatherine Brogue makers burial [see Isabelle LAUGHLIN 1752]NickR
FJ1860503NPSMC CABEEdwardVery RevChildren to be brought up Roman CatholicNickR
FJ1766301-04NPSMC CABEPatrick 28] Neil REDDAN and Patrick MC CABE who were to be executed on Saturday last are reprieved till further ordersNickR
FJ1765921-24NPSMC CARTHY MrLast week, Mr George ROBBINS surveyor of Clonmell assisted by Mr MC CARTHY gauger and Mr LEE seized eight hundred weight of tobacco, and lodged it in the Excise Office at ClonmellNickR
LGA1810810NPSMC CARTHY MrCourt case Mr CROKER a bakerNickR
FJ1814910NPMMC CULLOGHCharlesEsqOn Monday last, at St Andrew's church, Charles MC CULLOGH Esq to the agreeable Mrs STEWART both of the Theatre Royal. The happy couple set off immediately for Fermoy, to the seat of Thomas LEE Esq to spend the honeymoonNickR
FJ1814203NPDMC CUTCHANMichaelmrOn the 26th ult, in Great Britain St, Mr Michael MC CUTCHAN, coach maker — a young man sincerely and deservedly lamentedNickR
Pue'sO1742202NPSMC DONNELCharles Yesterday came on at the King's Bench Bar the tryals of Charles MC DONNEL, Stephen JONES and Thomas DOLAN for robbing Charles COOTE Esq of a gold watch and other things on the 21st of January last in King's street and were all found guiltyNickR
FJ1856312NPMMC KEANJohnEsqNovember 12, at Kew, Mebourne, John, second son of the late J MC KEAN, Esq of Edinburgh, to Louisa, fourth daughter of the Francis DREW Esq of Frogmore, co CorkNickR
FJ1856312NPMMC KEANJohn Thompson November 12, at Kew, Mebourne, John, second son of the late J MC KEAN, Esq of Edinburgh, to Louisa, fourth daughter of the Francis DREW Esq of Frogmore, co CorkNickR
LGA18071020 cNPSMC NEMARAJohn Committals – yesterday, by Edward CROKER Esq, to the County Gaol Michael and John MCNEMARA charged with breaking open the house of John HALL of Fanningstown assulting him & declaring they would kill him if he did not give up possession & quit that part..NickR
LGA18071020 cNPSMC NEMARAMichael Committals – yesterday, by Edward CROKER Esq, to the County Gaol Michael and John MCNEMARA charged with breaking open the house of John HALL of Fanningstown assulting him & declaring they would kill him if he did not give up possession & quit that part..NickR
LC1769220NPSM'CABEEdmond [Dublin 18 Feb] Yesterday John KIRK, Edmond M'CABE, and Barnaby COGHLAN, were tried at the Tholsel for breaking open the Shop of Mr. DREW in Francis-street, and are to be executed next Saturday at Stephen's Green.NickR
WMT J1823717NPMM'CABEHonora On the 10th instant, Thomas Moran, Esq. of Racetown, Co. Meath, to Honora, eldest daughter of the late P. M'Cabe, Esq. of Glasscord, in said County.SdeM
WMT J1823717NPMM'CABEPEsqOn the 10th instant, Thomas Moran, Esq. of Racetown, Co. Meath, to Honora, eldest daughter of the late P. M'Cabe, Esq. of Glasscord, in said County.SdeM
WMT J18241125NPMM'CABEPatrickMrMr. Patrick M'Cabe, of Queen-street, to Charlotte, daughter of the late G. Butler, Esq., of Jervis-street.SdeM
Longford J1840229NPMM'CALLBarbara Denroche February 17, William Wrixon Leycester, Esq., Eastview, county Cork, to Barbara Denroche, daughter of the late T. M'Call, Esq., of Craighead. SdeM
WMT J1823717NPMM'CALLRobertEsqOn the 9th instant, in Newry, Robert M'Call, Esq. of Buskkill, to Susanna, second daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Smyth, Vicar of Donoughmore.SdeM
Longford J1840229NPMM'CALLTEsqFebruary 17, William Wrixon Leycester, Esq., Eastview, county Cork, to Barbara Denroche, daughter of the late T. M'Call, Esq., of Craighead. SdeM
Pue'sO1752620NPSMCALLESTERAndrewDrWednesday last Henry O'HARA a minor only son and heir of Henry O'HARA late of Crebilly, in the co Antrim, Esq deceased, together with Dr Andrew MCALLESTER his tutor embarked for England in order to proceed to Naples, where they intend to continue during the the said O'HARA's minorityNickR
MA1832320NPMM'CALLYArthurLtAt Natmoo, near Moulmaine, leiut. Arthur M'CALLY, 44th reg N. I. and dep. asst. comissary general, to Mary, second daughter of the late Shippsy GREENE, esq. of DublinNickR
WMT J1826928NPAM'CALLYRobertEsqCOUNTY LONGFORD. TO BE LET, During the Minority of Stephen Major, Being about Six Years from the 29th inst.
That excellent Brewery Concern at Ballymacrowly, within one mile and a half of the Town of Granard, now fit for immediate work, having a constant supply of Water, and convenient Fuel. There is a Mill on the premises where Malt can be constantly ground. The Brewery Utensils with Seventy Barrels of excellent Malt, can be had at a valuation. Also that capital and extensive Dwelling-house, Shop, Stores, Out-offices and Garden, in the Town of Granard, wherein the late Mr. Thomas Major carried on Business, with or without 11 Acres of choice land at the rere of it. These concerns are many years fully established and needs no comment, of the entire of which immediate possession can be given, when the Value is offered. Proposals in Writing, post paid, will be received by Robert M'Cally, Esq., Furrypark; or by Charles G. Webb, Springpark, Granard. James Eames, at the Brewery will shew the Premises. September 15th, 1826.
SdeM
WMT J1834403NPMM'CANDLESSJames (jun)MrOn the 10th instant, by the Rev. William M'Clure, Mr. James M'Candless, jun., of Derry, to Alice, eldest daughter of Mr. James Reid, Spring-Grove.SdeM
WMT J1827816NPMM'CANNWilliamEsqOn the 4th inst. by the Rev. Mr. O'Connell, Wm. M'Cann, of Tenelick, in the Co. of Longford, Esq., to Anne, eldest daughter of Malachy Callaghan, late of the City of Dublin, Esq.SdeM
LC18261018NPSM'CARTHYCallaghan Three respectable farmers' houses within a mile of Charleville, were attacked on Sunday night last, by a number of fellows armed, under pretence of flogging Kerry Men. After breaking into out-houses where the poor wretched were, and flogging them, these Rockites assaulted the dwelling houses of the farmers—broke into two of them—and severely cut one Callaghan M'CARTHY, with a blow from a fire lock, and also one SHEA, with a spade-handle. Mr. BAILY, his son, and twi men servants prevented these fellows from gettung into his house; they broke nine sash windows, and the doors to pieces with __ — BAILY, and his sister, were wounded. Major MAXWELL apprehended one of the gang last night on good information.NickR
FJ1820229NPDM'CARTHYCatherineMrsOn the 22nd Inst, in Cork, aged 102, Mrs M'CARTHY, widow on Mr Michael M'CARTHY, formerly Revenue Officer in Cork. She was daughter of Silvester SHEPPARD Esq and granddaughter of the Rev Septimus DUNSTERVILLE of TimoleagueNickR
LGA1811507NPAM'CARTHYCharles To be let,
From the 1st of May next, for such terms as shall be agreed on,
Eighty-three acres of the Lands of
Ballinstona,
Near Bruff, lately held by Charles M'CARTHY,
No promise of prefernce has been given,
Applications to Mr. T. T. VILLIERS, George's Street, Limerick. April 30, 1811
NickR
LEP-CS18291030NPDM'CARTHYDMrAt Glenfield, near Kilmallock, in the bloom of lefe, on Tuesday last, of a lingering consumption, brought on by a neglected cold, Mr. D. M'CARTHY, deservedly regretted by a numerous and respectable circle of friends.NickR
WMT J1827208NPMM'CARTHYDenisEsqAt Desart Church, Lieutenant D. M'Daniel, 67th regt. to Susan, second daughter of the late Denis M'Carthy, of the county Cork, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827215NPMM'CARTHYDenisEsqAt Desart Church, Lieutenant Daniel M'Daniel, 67th Regiment, to Susan, second Daughter of the late Denis M'Carthy, of the county Cork, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1827125NPDM'CARTHYHenryMrThis morning, aged twenty-eight years, Mr. Henry M'Carthy, of the Chapleizod Police.SdeM
LEP-CS1832309NPMM'CARTHYJohnMrTuesday, at Kilmallocke, by the Rev. Mr. MARNANE, Eliza, third daughter of Mr. James QUINLAN, to Mr. John M'CARTHY of Glenfield, County Limerick.NickR
LGA1820411NPSM'CARTHYJohn On Wednesday night, a man of the name of John M'CARTHYwas apprehended at Deerpark, in the county Waterford, charged with the murder of the late Mr. Robert SHEENY, on information sworn before Robert HOLMES, Esq. The prisoner has since been transmitted to the gaol of the county Waterford.NickR
LC1826225NPSM'CARTHYJohn On Wednesday last, a party of the Kilmallock Police, under the Command of Benjamin JACKSON, Esq. proceeded to the lands of Balas___, where, after a faiguing search, they succeeded in apprehending a noted offender, John M'CARTHY, commonly known by the name of Shaun BAUN; he evaded justice ince June last, and escaped the vigilence of the Police several times.NickR
WMT G1835226NPMM'CARTHYPatrickMrIn Newmarket, County Clare, Mr. Patrick M'Carthy, aged 68, to Miss Bridget Scanlan, of the same place, aged 16. The wedding continued for two days and two nights without intermission, in the spirit of genuine Irish hospitality.SdeM
LC1793907NPSM'CARTHYRoger (alias ROURKE) Committed. To the County Gaol, on Friday last, by the Rev. John PARKER, and Standish GRADY, of Grange, Esq;—Roger MíCARTHY, alias ROURKE, a person of no certain residence, for having early on the morning of the 5th instant, in company of his wife, stolen from Garrett ROURKE, of Sunville, in this Co. 17 guineas in gold, and 17 shillings in silver, in whose house he was from the Sunday before, and made his escape by breaking through a window:—Said MíCARTHY had in his possession, when apprehended, 13 guineas of gold and 14 shillings in silver, a small pocket pistol, and crucible; he is also being charges with beinmg a coiner, and he had in his fob a pinchbeck Watch, of little value, maker Joshua HAYNES, London, No. 446, which the Rev. Mr. PARKER has left with the printer herof, imagining the same is stolen, in order that the owner may come at it.NickR
WMT J1827208NPMM'CARTHYSusan At Desart Church, Lieutenant D. M'Daniel, 67th regt. to Susan, second daughter of the late Denis M'Carthy, of the county Cork, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827215NPMM'CARTHYSusan At Desart Church, Lieutenant Daniel M'Daniel, 67th Regiment, to Susan, second Daughter of the late Denis M'Carthy, of the county Cork, Esq. SdeM
LC1827117NPSM'CARTHYThomas About eight o'clock, the same evening, a well armed party (consisting of eight or nine fellows) attacked the dwelling-house of Thomas M'CARTHY, a farmer, at Garrundesk [Garranderk?], in this County, on the high road, and within a very short distance of Charleville. Having been refused admittance, they smashed the door and windows to pieces, and were on the point of attaining their object, when the alarm was given to M'CARTHY's brother, and son, who resided in the neighbourhood. These instantly sallied out to the relief of their relative, and attacked the insergents with pitch-forks, and, though fired on by the party, they fought with the greates desparation, and succeeded not only in repulsing the entire, but captured one of the fellows with a pistol in his hand, after most violent resistance. The prisoner is Patrick LEARY, from Shandrum, County Cork, and noted for his activity in former disturbances. He received many severe wounds in the struggle with M'CARTHY's party, to whom the highest credit is due for the undaunted bravery displayed on this occasion.NickR
WMT J1827222NPMM'CARTHYW DauntEsqAt St. Paul's Church, Cork, W. Daunt M'Carthy, of Laurel hill, Esq. to Margaret Forster Longfield, second daughter of the Rev. Montiford Longfield, of Church[ ] in that county.SdeM
WMT J1828807NPDM'CARTIEThadeeEsqAt Derrigh, County Cork, Thadee M'Cartie, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDM'CARTNEYAndrewEsqAt Newry, on the 6th instant, Mary Anne, relict of the late Andrew M'Cartney, of Rosebrook, County Armagh, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDM'CARTNEYMary AnneMrsAt Newry, on the 6th instant, Mary Anne, relict of the late Andrew M'Cartney, of Rosebrook, County Armagh, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827809NPDM'CARTNEYRobertEsqAt Kilbride, County Wicklow, after a protracted illness, aged 57, Robert M'Cartney, Esq. of Dorset-street.SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMM'CASKILLJessie On the 25th ultimo, at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, Major Mitchell, of the Madras Army, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel M'Caskill, of the 98th Regiment.SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMM'CASKILL Lt-ColOn the 25th ultimo, at Christ Church, Marylebone, London, Major Mitchell, of the Madras Army, to Jessie, eldest daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel M'Caskill, of the 98th Regiment.SdeM
Longford J18391207NPDM'CAULMichaelEsqNov. 29, at Kingstown, deeply regretted, of apoplexy, Michael M'Caul, Esq., aged 25 years, for many years principal of the Kingstown School.SdeM
WMT G1835226NPDM'CAULSamuelEsqOn the 16th instant, in Collon, Samuel M'Caul, Esq., late a Lieutenant in the Royal Veteran Battalion.SdeM
WMT J1830204NPMM'CAULEYJamesEsqJan. 23, by special license, at St. Peter's Church by the Rev. Mr. Ardill, James M'Cauley, Esq. to Miss Elizabeth Ingham.SdeM
FJ1857131NPSM'CAULEYRichard WilcoxDrMelbourne killings (Vic BDM 1856 No 4646)NickR
WMT J1824715NPDM'CAUSAND[SIC]MarcusRevAt Strieve Hill, near Newtownlimavady, in the County of Derry, the Rev. Marcus M'Causand[sic], aged 73 years.SdeM
WMT J1829416NPDM'CAYJane CheneyMissAt St. George's Church, on the 11th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Shortt, James Magrath, Esq. to Miss Jane Cheney, only daughter of William H. M'Cay, of Phippsborough, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1829416NPDM'CAYWilliam HEsqAt St. George's Church, on the 11th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Shortt, James Magrath, Esq. to Miss Jane Cheney, only daughter of William H. M'Cay, of Phippsborough, Esq.SdeM
Pue'sO1739313NPAMCCAMONJamesMrWhereas one, Mr John COOTE, has landed at Newry from Dublin, a large parcell of old Riga Flax seed and with the design to impose them on the country, reports there is no seed to come from the Baltic this year. This is to give notice that Messrs Robert HUTCHESON, and James MCCAMON, dfaily expects a cargo of 9 hundred barrels which they avouch to be good new seed of the same sort they imported in 1735 and will be sold on arrival at reasonable prices for ready money or on time to good customers, Newry...NickR
FJ17631122-26NPNMCCARRELJamesGentOn Thursday last ... James MONSELL of the city of Limerick gent George Purdon DREW, William SMITH & James MCCARREL of this city gent were sworn attorneys of HM Court of Exchequer. Said ... Geo Purdon DREW were admitted att'ies HM Ct KB alsoNickR
LS1840423NPMMCCARTHYCatherineMrsIn St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Thomas O'DELL Esq son of the late Alexander O'DELL of Ballygran, in this county, to Catherine, widow of the late Francis MCCARTHY Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
LC1825525NPSMCCARTHYCatherine On Saturday last, a young girl, Catherine MCCARTHY, was rolled over by a car in John-street, and killed on the spot. An inquest was hels, and a verdict of accidental death returned, but a fine of 20s. was levied on the horse and car, and given to the mother of the child.NickR
LC1827414NPSMCCARTHYCharles The four HOGANs found guilty on Friday, at the Clonmel Assizes, of the manslaughter of Charles MCCARTHY at the fair of Kilfeacle, last July, were conveyed next day to the hulks at Cove, for transportation for life. This Mr. Sergeant BLACKBURNE pledged himself to effect, after their sentence was passed. They were of a very respectable class of farmers, but unfortunately for themselves and their families they were leaders of a faction, which has been in existance these sixty years. Their sudden departure, amidst the lamentations of their numerous relatives and friends, was truly deplorable.NickR
LEP-CS1829403NPSMCCARTHYCharles [Cork] Charles MCCARTHY was charged with the murder of James GOGGIN. It was in a "scuffle," about manure that the deceased was struck.— Guilty; to be imprisoned.NickR
LS1840423NPMMCCARTHYFrancisEsqIn St Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Thomas O'DELL Esq son of the late Alexander O'DELL of Ballygran, in this county, to Catherine, widow of the late Francis MCCARTHY Esq barrister-at-lawNickR
LC1827414NPSMCCARTHYMichael Cork Assizes
  The following convictions have taken place since our last, in the City court, before Judge TORRENS:—Patrick MANNING, and John MANNING, for stealing three cows from Michael MCCARTHY; sentence of death recorded...
NickR
DWJ1752307NPDMCCARTYDaniel BueeEsqThere died lately in the Barony of Iverragh and co of Kerry Daniel Buee MCCARTY Esq of a very ancient family, in the 112 year of his age. He buried four wives, his fifth wife, now a widow, he married when he was 84 and she but 14, by whom he had about 20 children, she bearing a child every year, he was always a very healthy man, no cold ever affecting him, he could not bear the warmth of a shirt at night, but put it under his pillow; for these 70 years past, when in company he drank plentifully of rum and brandy, which he called the naked truth; and if in company with other gentlemen he drank claret of punch, he always drank an equal glass of rum or brandy, qualofy those liqors, this he called a wedge. No man remembers to have seen him spit, his custom was to walk eight of ten miles in a winter's morning over mountains, with greyhounds and finders, and seldom failed to bring home a brace of hares. He was an honest gentleman and inherited the social virtues from ancient musiciansNickR
LC1835401NPDMCCUTCHENRobertMrAt Newport, rather suddenly, Mr Robert MCCUTCHENNickR
Pue'sO1742130NPSMC'DONNELCharles Wednesday morning last one Stephen JONES and __ MC'DONNEL were apprehended in a waste house in Back Lane and committed to Newgate: We hear they are charged with the robbing of Charles COOTE Esq last week in Queen St of a gold watch and other thingsNickR
Pue'sO1742130NPSMC'DONNELCharles Yesterday Stephen JONES and __ MC'DONNEL were arraned for Robbing Charles COOTE Esq ... all to be tryed on Monday nextNickR
Longford J1839112NPSMCFADDEN MrThe late HurricaneSdeM
LGA1811809NPSMCFARLANJohn Armagh Assizes ... Loughlin KENNAN [Laughlin KEENAN in Peter Maybury's convict site], for falsly pretending and affirming that one John MCFARLAN was a deserter, and thereby obtaining from Leonard DOBBIN, Esq. the pro-collector, the sum of one pound. Guilty -- to be transported for seven years.NickR
LS1840824NPMMCGILLYCUDDYFrancis C CEsq MDAt Bally McEilligott, co Kerry, George M MAYBURY Esq MD, youngest son of the late John MAYBURY Esq of Greenlane, co Kerry, to Ursula only daughter of the late Francis C C MCGILLYCUDDY Esq of TraleeNickR
LS1840824NPMMCGILLYCUDDYUrsula At Bally McEilligott, co Kerry, George M MAYBURY Esq MD, youngest son of the late John MAYBURY Esq of Greenlane, co Kerry, to Ursula only daughter of the late Francis C C MCGILLYCUDDY Esq of TraleeNickR
LC1834830NPDMCGREGORJohn JamesMrAt Ranelegh, Dublin, much and deservedly lamented, Mr John MCGREGOR author of "The French Revolution ..." ... Formerly Mr MCGREGOR resided in Waterford for many years, and was much respected by his felow citizens. He was a native of this city[Limerick]NickR
FJ1828307aNPAMCGREGORJohn James This day is published, price 24s: The political civil and ecclesiastical history of the county and city of Limerick ... By the Rev P FITZGERALD, Rector of Cahircorney, ... and John James MCGREGOR, Author of the history of the French revolution ... Contents of Volume II ... with biographical notices of Eminent Natives of the County and City of Limerick ... published by George MCKERN, limerick ...[copies held in Marsh's Library, Dublin and the National Library of Ireland]NickR
LC18211205NPMM'CHENNEAnastatia In Clonmel, Thomas BENNETT, jun. Esq. of Old Town, co. Tipperaty, to Anastatia, daughter of J M'CHENNE, EsqNickR
WMT J18271115NPDM'CHRISTIEMaryMrsOn the 7th instant, at Maghery, in the county Donegal, at the Rev. James Crawford's, Mrs. Mary M'Christie, daughter to the late Rev. Alexander Crywford [sic], of Marble Hill.SdeM
LEP-CS1831121NPMMCKERRELL MrAt Rio de Janerio John HOARE Esq merchant of that city to Mrs MCKERRELL relict of the late Mr MCKERRELL of Bahia 3rd daut of Wm PENNELL Esq his Britanic Maj's Consul General at the court of Rio & sis-in-law to the Rt Hon John Wilson CROKERNickR
LEP-CS1831121NPMMCKERRELL MrsAt Rio de Janerio John HOARE Esq merchant of that city to Mrs MCKERRELL relict of the late Mr MCKERRELL of Bahia 3rd daut of Wm PENNELL Esq his Britanic Maj's Consul General at the court of Rio & sis-in-law to the Rt Hon John Wilson CROKERNickR
LS1840806NPMMCKIBBINRebecca At St Anne's church, Belfast, William WILSON, eldest son of John WILSON, of Laurel Lodge, co Dublin, Esq to Rebecca eldest daughter of Riobert MCKIBBIN, of Great George's street, Belfast EsqNickR
LS1840806NPMMCKIBBINRobertEsqAt St Anne's church, Belfast, William WILSON, eldest son of John WILSON, of Laurel Lodge, co Dublin, Esq to Rebecca eldest daughter of Riobert MCKIBBIN, of Great George's street, Belfast EsqNickR
WMT J18261207NPDM'CLELLANDHughEsqOf a decline, at Mount Pleasant, near Dundalk, aged 23 years, James M'Clelland, Esq., only son of the late Hugh M'Clelland, of Jonesboro', Esq., and nephew of the Hon. Baron M'Clelland.SdeM
WMT J18261207NPDM'CLELLANDJamesEsqOf a decline, at Mount Pleasant, near Dundalk, aged 23 years, James M'Clelland, Esq., only son of the late Hugh M'Clelland, of Jonesboro', Esq., and nephew of the Hon. Baron M'Clelland.SdeM
WMT J18281106NPSM'CLELLANDJohnEsqLongford Brunswick Club MeetingSdeM
Longford J1839914NPDM'CLELLANDJohnEsqIn this town, on Tuesday morning last, aged 82 years, John M'Clelland, Esq. He carried on business as an architect and builder, for many years, and in the various relations of life, he earned the esteem and respect of all who knew him. His remains were interred in Longford churchyard on Thursday morning, on which occasion an appropriate address was delivered by the Rev. Mr. Hudson.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPDM'CLELLANDJohnRevSuddenly, Mrs. M'Clelland, relict of the Rev. John M'Clelland, of Ballynahinch.SdeM
WMT G1835312NPMM'CLELLANDThomasMrOn the 2d instant, by the Reverend Mr. Bennet, Mr. Thomas M'Clelland, of Armagh, to Alicia, youngest daughter of O. Cane, Esq., of Dublin.SdeM
WMT J18261207NPDM'CLELLAND Hon BaronOf a decline, at Mount Pleasant, near Dundalk, aged 23 years, James M'Clelland, Esq., only son of the late Hugh M'Clelland, of Jonesboro', Esq., and nephew of the Hon. Baron M'Clelland.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPDM'CLELLAND MrsSuddenly, Mrs. M'Clelland, relict of the Rev. John M'Clelland, of Ballynahinch.SdeM
LGA1806905NPSMcLEOD MrEast India Shipping – to MadrasŻ Messrs CROKER, STEWART, McLEOD, NEWLYNNickR
WMT J1827419NPDM'CLEVERTYElizabethMrsAt Woolwich, Elizabeth, wife of Colonel M'Cleverty, Commandant of the Royal marines there.SdeM
WMT J1827419NPDM'CLEVERTY Col RMAt Woolwich, Elizabeth, wife of Colonel M'Cleverty, Commandant of the Royal marines there.SdeM
WMT J1828501NPMM'CLINTOCKAnne Florence The Rev. Hugh Usher Tighe, second son of Robert Stearne Tighe, Esq. of Mitchelstown, county Westmeath, to Anne Florence, second daughter of John M'Clintock, Esq. of Drumcar, County Louth.SdeM
WMT J1828501NPMM'CLINTOCKJohnEsqThe Rev. Hugh Usher Tighe, second son of Robert Stearne Tighe, Esq. of Mitchelstown, county Westmeath, to Anne Florence, second daughter of John M'Clintock, Esq. of Drumcar, County Louth.SdeM
WMT J18231204NPDM'CLINTOCKWilliamEsqOn Saturday morning last, of a putrid fever, William M'Clintock, Esq. of the house of Messrs. A. Schoales, W. M'Clintock, and Co. of Londonderry.SdeM
WMT J18301118NPSM'CLINTOCK Rev MrTHE CHURCH. We feel gratified in announcing to our readers the appointment of the Rev. Richard Flood to the Curacy of Templemichael, and the Rev. Sackville Lee his assistant, on the resignation of our late highly esteemed and indefatigable Curate, the Rev. Charles Henry Minchin. The Rev. Mr. M'Clintock has been appointed Curate of Ballymacormick, in the room of the Rev. R. Flood. ...SdeM
FJ1836206NPDM'CLORNANHenryMrExtraordinary LongevityNickR
WMT J1834403NPMM'CLUREWilliamRevOn the 10th instant, by the Rev. William M'Clure, Mr. James M'Candless, jun., of Derry, to Alice, eldest daughter of Mr. James Reid, Spring-Grove.SdeM
WMT G1835611NPMM'CLUREWilliamRevOn the 28th ult., by the Rev. William M'Clure, Mr. Matthew Baldrick, Buncrana, to Miss Macky, Coshquin.SdeM
LC1769501NPDMCMAHONPatrickMrLast Thursday, Mr. Patrick MC.MAHOU, of this City, in the 84th year of his age. He was lieutenant of a Ship of War, under her Majesty Queen Ann, and has left three Sons, who reflect honour on his Memory, a Marquis in France, a Knight of Malta, and the present titular Bishop of Killaloe.NickR
LC1825416NPSMCNALLYFrancis The sentence of death pased on MCNALLY, the revenue policeman, at the last Galway Assizes, has, by order from Government, been commuted to transportation for lifeNickR
LS18381120NPDMCNAMARAJamesEsqOn Friday, at his residence, Ayle, co Clare, James MCNAMARA Esq, aged 53 years. .... His remains were deposited in the family vaults at the Abbey of Quin.NickR
LGA1819312NPSMCNAMARARoger Committals: ... To the county Gaol ... By H. BEVAN, Esq. Roger MCNAMARA, killing a sheep the property of Mrs. CREED.
By Eyre EVANS, Esq. Wm. KENNY, assault and robbery.
NickR
LGA1819323NPSMCNAMARARoger Roger MCNAMARA, killing a sheep the property of Mrs. CREED, guilty, transported for lifeNickR
WMT J1828131NPMM'COLLArchibald At Blairerin Cottage, Argyleshire, Captain Duncan Innes, late of the 42nd Royal Highlanders, to Flora, daughter of the late Archibald M'Coll, Minister of Tyree.SdeM
WMT J1828131NPMM'COLLFlora At Blairerin Cottage, Argyleshire, Captain Duncan Innes, late of the 42nd Royal Highlanders, to Flora, daughter of the late Archibald M'Coll, Minister of Tyree.SdeM
LGA18171128NPDM'COLLOCHWilliamMaj-GenIn London, Major General Wm. M'CULLOCH, of the Hon East India Company's Bengal Army. He was a native of Strabane, in Ireland, and brother to James M'CULLOCH, Esq. of Cork. By his death, his brother, and other relatives come in for a funded property of £40,000 sterling.NickR
WMT J18271122NPDM'COMASWilliam (jun)MrOn Saturday last, in Stephen-street, Mr. William M'Comas, jun.SdeM
WMT J1826907NPMM'CONKEYEdwardEsqIn Hillsborough Church, Dr. John D. M'Cready, Licentiate of the College of Physicians, Dublin, to Marianne, eldest daughter of Edward M'Conkey, of Hillsborough, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1826907NPMM'CONKEYMarianne In Hillsborough Church, Dr. John D. M'Cready, Licentiate of the College of Physicians, Dublin, to Marianne, eldest daughter of Edward M'Conkey, of Hillsborough, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1825113NPMM'CONNELLCharlotte On the 6th instant, in Belfast, Henry T. Higginson, of Lisburn, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of John M'Connell, Esq. of Ann-street, Belfast.SdeM
LRTV1879715NPMM'CONNELLDavid CanonEsqJuly 4, at H. M. British Legation, Berne, Henry Plantagenet SOMERSET, to Katherine Rose, eldest daughter of David Canon M'DONNELL, Esq., of Cessbrook, Queensland.NickR
WMT G1835625NPMM'CONNELLGeorgeEsqOn the 11th instant, by the Rev. William Scott, George M'Connell, Esq., of Ballyhaskey, to Rebecca, second daughter of Mr. John Latta, of Moneyguiggan, near Nn-Cunningham, County Donegal. SdeM
WMT J1825113NPMM'CONNELLJohnEsqOn the 6th instant, in Belfast, Henry T. Higginson, of Lisburn, to Charlotte, eldest daughter of John M'Connell, Esq. of Ann-street, Belfast.SdeM
LRTV1879715NPMM'CONNELLKatherine Rose July 4, at H. M. British Legation, Berne, Henry Plantagenet SOMERSET, to Katherine Rose, eldest daughter of David Canon M'DONNELL, Esq., of Cessbrook, Queensland.NickR
LGA1809425NPSM'CONNELLSamuelMrWednesday night, Mr Samuel M'CONNELL, of Kilmallock, having dined with a friend in Charleville, returning from thence towards home was thrown from his horse, near Garrynderk, and killed on the spotNickR
WMT G1835326NPDM'CORMICKCharlotteMrsOn the 16th instant, at Upper Dominick-street, Dublin, Charlotte, wife of Segrace M'Cormick, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.SdeM
Longford J18391214NPMM'CORMICKFrances Gertrude At Drumcondra Church, near Dublin, the Rev. Thomas FitzWilliam Miller, Curate of Kill, to Frances Gertrude, only daughter of Captain James M'Cormick, late of the Hon. East India Company's Service.SdeM
WMT J18241021NPMM'CORMICKHughEsqOn Sunday, 17th instant, Hugh M'Cormick, of Sackville-street, Esq., to Lucinda, only daughter of Charles Ebbs, of Rathmore, County Kildare, Esq.SdeM
Longford J18391214NPMM'CORMICKJamesCaptAt Drumcondra Church, near Dublin, the Rev. Thomas FitzWilliam Miller, Curate of Kill, to Frances Gertrude, only daughter of Captain James M'Cormick, late of the Hon. East India Company's Service.SdeM
WMT J1831602NPDM'CORMICKMRevOn Saturday last, in this town, the Rev. M. M'Cormick, for many years Parish Priest of this town. His remains were followed to the grave by the largest assemblage ever witnessed on such an occasion in this county.SdeM
WMT J18251124NPDM'CORMICKMichaelEsqOn Saturday the 12th inst., at New Ross, Co. Wexford, Michael M'Cormick, Esq., a gentleman whose name and character will be long, long remembered ... in the 77th year of his age. SdeM
WMT G1835326NPDM'CORMICKSegraceEsqOn the 16th instant, at Upper Dominick-street, Dublin, Charlotte, wife of Segrace M'Cormick, Esq., Barrister-at-Law.SdeM
WMT J1825505NPBM'CORMICK Lt RNAt Arklow, on the 28th ult., the Lady of Lieutenant M'Cormick, R.N. of a daughter.SdeM
LC1825727NPSM'COURTHugh At Athy Assizes, Hugh M'COURT, a school-master, was sentenced to two years imprisonment for assaulting an infant, with criminal intentNickR
WMT G1835416NPBM'CREAJ BRevOn the 7th instant, at Gortnasheelagh, Rathgar, the lady of the Rev. J.B. M'Crea, of a daughter.SdeM
WMT J1826907NPMM'CREADYJohn DDrIn Hillsborough Church, Dr. John D. M'Cready, Licentiate of the College of Physicians, Dublin, to Marianne, eldest daughter of Edward M'Conkey, of Hillsborough, Esq.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPDM'CREADYMargaret Frances On the 7th instant, Margaret Frances, eldest daughter of Mr. M'Cready, Dawson street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT J1826713NPDM'CREADYThomasMrOn Wednesday, the 5th July, at his house in Bride-street, Mr. Thomas M'Cready, aged 66 years.SdeM
WMT G1835219NPDM'CREADY MrOn the 7th instant, Margaret Frances, eldest daughter of Mr. M'Cready, Dawson street, Dublin.SdeM
WMT G1835402NPBM'CREADY MrsOn the 21st instant, in Dawson-street, Dublin, Mrs. M'Cready, of a son.SdeM
WMT J1830506NPSM'CREARYCatherine (nee FARRELL) KING'S BENCH, DUBLIN - APRIL 29. SINGULAR CASE OF IMPRISONMENT. The King v. William Gouldsbury, alias M'Creary, and Catherine M'Creary, alias Farrell, his wife. ... Gouldsbury made an affidavit to the effect that he had been baptised a Roman Catholic ... Counsel prayed for a "habeas corpus" for their removal from custody ... The application was granted.SdeM
WMT J1830506NPSM'CREARYWilliam KING'S BENCH, DUBLIN - APRIL 29. SINGULAR CASE OF IMPRISONMENT. The King v. William Gouldsbury, alias M'Creary, and Catherine M'Creary, alias Farrell, his wife. ... Gouldsbury made an affidavit to the effect that he had been baptised a Roman Catholic ... Counsel prayed for a "habeas corpus" for their removal from custody ... The application was granted.SdeM
WMT J1824708NPMM'CREERYJRevOn Wednesday, at the Cathedral of St. Canice, Kilkenny, the Rev. J. M'Creery, of Knotsford, Cheshire, to Miss Jacob, only daughter of the late W. Jacob, Esq., of Kilkenny.SdeM
WMT J1830304NPSM'CREERYWilliam IMPROVIDENT AND ILLEGAL MARRIAGES. KILLASHEE PETTY SESSIONS. ... It sometimes occurs that a Roman Catholic Priest, not wishing to let chance slip his avarice, and having in mind Father Luke's song, "a sweet little guinea for me", will marry a Protestant and Catholic together, "remembering to forget", that it is contrary to law to do so without observing the preliminary that the parties were previously married by a Protestant clergyman. The above short remarks have been called forth in consequence of a transaction which occured at the Petty Sessions of Killashee on Monday last, where two persons, William M'Creery, otherwise Gouldsbury, a protestant youth, and Catherine Farrell, a catholic lass, attended upon summons to give testimony when and where they had been married, what witnesses were present, and by whom the marriage was solemnized. The parties were sworn to tell the truth and the whole truth; notwithstanding, they merely stated having been married in Longford, and that the ceremony was performed by a popish priest whose name they would "not divulge". After a considerable display of obstinacy and prevarication, the presiding magistrates Captain Montfort and Captain Skipton committed the gentleman and lady to gaol to spend the remainder of the honeymoon.SdeM
Longford J1839824NPMM'CULLAGHAndrew TorrensEsqAugust 22, in St. Anne's Church, Dublin, Andrew Torrens M'Cullagh, Esq., to Anne Catherine, daughter of R. Smyth, Esq., of Stephen's Green.SdeM
FJ1855728NPMM'CULLAGHRichardMrApril 16, at Melbourne, Mr Richard M'CULLAGH, late of Dundalk, co Louth, to Mary Anne, daughter of J CROCKER, of Bromptom, MiddlesexNickR
WMT J18261123NPDM'CULLOCHAlexanderEsqOn the 12th inst. in the 28th year of his age, Mr. A. M'Culloch, jun. of the firm of M'Culloch and Price, of Dublin, son to Alexander M'Culloch, Esq., Banger, county Down.SdeM
WMT J18261123NPDM'CULLOCHAlexander (jun)MrOn the 12th inst. in the 28th year of his age, Mr. A. M'Culloch, jun. of the firm of M'Culloch and Price, of Dublin, son to Alexander M'Culloch, Esq., Banger, county Down.SdeM
LEP-CS1831215NPDM'CULLOCHAndrewRevAt Bruff Glebe, Co. Limerick, aged 57 years, the Rev Andrew M'CULLOCH, Vicar of Bruff and Kilbreedy MinorNickR
LGA18111105NPMM'CULLOCH RevThursday, by the Rev Mr M'CULLOCH, James BENNETT of Bruff, Esq, to Miss FRANKLIN, daughter of Richard FRANKLIN of Ballyvolane, EsqNickR
LGA1809609NPMM'CULLOGHARevTuesday, by the Rev A M'CULLOGH, at Kilmurry church, Wm. BROWNE, Esq of the Londonderry Militia, to Miss Elizabeth BENNETT, only daughter of the late John BENNETT, of Quarry-Hill, in this county, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1828715NPMM'CULLOGHARevOn Saturday, the 5th Instant, at Bruff Church, by the Rev. A. M'CULLOGH, James IEVERS, Esq. of Glenfield, to Eliza, daughter of the late Richard IEVERS, of Green Park, County Limerick, EsqNickR
LEP-CS1828905NPSM'CULLOGHAndrewRevThanks for the Bruff ChapelNickR
LEP-CS1831315NPSM'CULLOGHAndrewRevThe Church:-- The Rev Henry ROSE, of Limerick, and the Rev Godfrey MASSY, of Fedamore, succeed to the Living of Bruff, Co. Limerick, void by the death of the Rev A. M'CULLOGHNickR
LHMA17891019NPDM'CULLOUGHDanielMrAt Woodstock, co. Wicklow, aged 56, Mr. Daniel M'CULLOUGH.NickR
CJEA1809731NPDM'CULLYSimonEsqAt Granard on the 21st inst. Mrs. HOLMES, relict to the late Robert HOLMES, Esq. and widow of Simon M'CULLY, Esq. of Willbrook, county Longford, who died in 1764.NickR
WMT J18311215NPAM'CUTCHANJ AMrWANTED. Mr. J.A. M'Cutchan, Cavan, wants a Young Man, that has served his time to a respectable Woollen Establishment. Also wanted an Apprentice. Application to be made to Mr. J.A. M'Cutchan, Cavan, or Mr. M'Cutchan, Longford.SdeM
FJ1844702NPMM'CUTCHANJamesEsqOn the 28th ult, in St Mary's church, William LITTLE esq of Drumcross, co Longford, to Louisa third daughter of James M'CUTCHAN Esq of LongfordNickR
FJ1844702NPMM'CUTCHANLouisa On the 28th ult, in St Mary's church, William LITTLE esq of Drumcross, co Longford, to Louisa third daughter of James M'CUTCHAN Esq of LongfordNickR
FJ1849201NPDM'CUTCHANPhilipEsqJanuary 26, at Moatland, co Westmeath, aged 97 years, Philip M'CUTCHAN, Esq late of Torboy, co LongfordNickR
FJ1784522-25NPNM'CUTCHENGeorgeMrGeorge M'CUTCHEN, of the City of Dublin carpenter, timber merchant, dealer and chapman, to surrender on the 4th and 5th day of June next, and 3rd day of July at one o'clock in the afternoon on each of the said days, at the Thossel, Dublin, Attorney Mr JoNickR
LS1841823NPMM'CUTCHEONJosephMrAt Kilmstulla church, Mr Joseph M'CUTCHEON of Newport, to Ellen second daughter of the late Mr Hickson NORTH of KilaloeNickR
LEP-CS1830223NPMM'CUTCHEONWilliamMrIn Clonmel, Mr. William M'CUTCHEON, of that town, to Miss Rebecca M'DERMOTT, of MarlfieldNickR
Longford J18391123NPSM'CUTCHEON Rev MrTHE PRESBYTERIAN COUNCIL On Wednesday last the congregation of Corboy gave a unanimous call to the Rev. John Henry, to become their Minister. The Rev. Mr. M'Cutcheon of Longford presided on the occasion. We congratulate the Presbyterians of Corboy on the prospect of having a Gospel Ministry established among them.SdeM
LC1824908NPSM'CUTCHINRobert On Saturday night, between the hours of 11 and 12, six cocks of hay were maliciously set fire to on the lands of Lackareagh, County Clare, he property of Robert M'CUTCHIN, tenant to Thomas ARTHUR, Esq, and though every exertion was made by Lieutenant BINDON, with the Police from O'Brien's-Bridge, nothing could prevent them from being consumed, notwithstanding the incessant rain; and after searching the ground, seven sheep were discovered dead in out-house, apparently killed with sticks and stones, and two of them found hanging across a beam, with their heads much bruised. The houses were then all diligently searched, and in the house of his uncle, John DEVITT was apprehended and lodged in the bridewell of OíBrien's-Bridge, for being found with his cothes wet and not being an inmate; and whose father (now herdsman to the ground) was the former tenant and ejected by Mr. ARTHUR, last April. It is hoped some useful information will elicited from him by the Magistrates.NickR
WMT J1827208NPMM'DANIELDLtAt Desart Church, Lieutenant D. M'Daniel, 67th regt. to Susan, second daughter of the late Denis M'Carthy, of the county Cork, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1827215NPMM'DANIELDanielLtAt Desart Church, Lieutenant Daniel M'Daniel, 67th Regiment, to Susan, second Daughter of the late Denis M'Carthy, of the county Cork, Esq. SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMM'DERMIDAnna Maria At Edinburgh, W.P. Allardice, Esq., to Anna Maria, daughter of Captain M'Dermid, late 42d Royal Highlanders.SdeM
WMT J1834417NPMM'DERMID CaptAt Edinburgh, W.P. Allardice, Esq., to Anna Maria, daughter of Captain M'Dermid, late 42d Royal Highlanders.SdeM
LC1785901NPMM'DERMOT MissLast week at Bath, George PRICE, Esq; of the county Flint, North Wales, to the amiable Miss M'DERMOT, of the county Roscommon. This young lady may truly be said to be one of the daughters of fortune, as last lottery she received of MOSS, WELLS, NICHOLSON and Co. Dame Street, one thousand guineas for a fortunate ticket in Mr. MLESWAORTHs calculation, for the trifling sum of one guinea: this event occasioned her to take a trip to Bath, where in the gay circle she became acquainted with the above Gentleman, whose fortune is more than 500l. per annum. and who was captivated with hr person and accomplishments, that he made our fair countrywoman the partner of his heart and fortune.NickR
WMT J1824610NPAM'DERMOTTJames TO BE SOLD
A remarkably pretty and well finished
PLEASURE BOAT,
With Mast, Sails, and every thing complete and in the best Order.
It lies in the Shannon near Castle Forbes, and may be viewed every day by applying to James M'Dermott, Boat Keeper there. The Terms of Sale may be known from Lieut. W.H. Quin, R.N. by Letter (post paid) addressed to him at Cartronreagh, Edgeworthstown, or to the Rev. Francis Fox, Ballyhaise, Cavan.
June 10, 1824.
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LEP-CS1830223NPMM'DERMOTTRebeccaMissIn Clonmel, Mr. William M'CUTCHEON, of that town, to Miss Rebecca M'DERMOTT, of MarlfieldNickR
WMT J18271115NPAM'DERMOTTThomas BALLYMAHON HOTEL, (THE SHOULDAM ARMS) THOMAS M'DERMOTT, Begs leave respectfully to inform his Friends and the Public that he has lately opened the above Establishment as successor to LEE ...SdeM
Longford J1840111NPSM'DERMOTTEThomas LONGFORD QUARTER SESSIONS Patrick Igo, Peter Crosby, and Patrick Crosby, for assaulting Thomas M'Dermotte - to be each confined for 12 months, and kept to hard labour each alternate month. SdeM
WMT J1825324NPDM'DONAGHJohnMrYesterday morning, Mr. John M'Donagh, for many years printer, of the Freeman's Journal, much esteemed by all who knew him.SdeM
WMT J1827517NPDM'DONALDCatherine At Portarlington, on Monday, the 7th instant, Catherine M'Donald - she had been labouring under dropsy for a length of time, from April, 1826, to May, 1827. Mr. Shewragh had performed the operation of tapping twenty- three times, thereby taking in the space of one year, the extraordinary and unparalleled quantity of 460 quarts of water.SdeM
LEP-CS1830326NPSM'DONALDDonald On Thursday, between the hours of one and two o'clock, a poor labouring man of the name of Donald M'DONALD, was precipitated from the top of a house in Patrick-street [Limerick], and melancholy to relate was killed on the spot.NickR
WMT J18271213NPDM'DONALDGeorgeMrOn Saturday last, at Cloons, near Enniskillen, Mr. George M'Donald.SdeM
WMT J18291203NPDM'DONALDJMrSuddenly on the 23d November, at Tullamore, Mr. J. M'Donald, many years Post-Master of that town and universally esteemed as an upright honest man.SdeM
WMT J1830204NPDM'DONALDJohnMrJan. 23, at Burnside, in Ahanloo, of a short but painful illness, in the meridian of life, Mr. John M'Donald, an humble, honest tenant on the Marquess of Waterford's Londonderry estates. He has left a widow and a large young family to lament their irreparable loss.SdeM
WMT G1835416NPMM'DONALDJohn M'CayEsqAt Gibraltar, John M'Cay M'Donald, Esq., Medical Staff, second son of the late John M'Cay M'Donald, of Carrigenaveagh, County Cork, Esq., to Margaret Catherine, eldest daughter of Francis Anquetil, esq., Barrack Master, Gibraltar.SdeM
WMT G1835416NPMM'DONALDJohn M'CayEsqAt Gibraltar, John M'Cay M'Donald, Esq., Medical Staff, second son of the late John M'Cay M'Donald, of Carrigenaveagh, County Cork, Esq., to Margaret Catherine, eldest daughter of Francis Anquetil, esq., Barrack Master, Gibraltar.SdeM
WMT G1835521NPDM'DONALDThomasEsq M DOn the 6th ult., at his residence, in Crumlin, Thomas M'Donald, Esq., M.D.SdeM
WMT J1825203NPMM'DONNELAnneMrsMr. Philip Tyrrell has been appointed Post-Master of this town, in the room of Mrs. Anne M'Donnel, who has resigned.SdeM
Longford J1839330NPMM'DONNELLCatherine Marion March 21, in the cathedral of Cork, by the Venerable Archdeacon St. Lawrence, the Rev. George Vessey, Curate of Brooklodge, to Catherine Marion, only daughter of John M'Donnell, Esq., of Cork.SdeM
WMT J18241118NPDM'DONNELLCharlesEsqOn Wednesday night last Mrs. M'Donnell, wife of Chas. M'Donnell, Esq., Carhue, county Clare.SdeM
LC18261025NPSM'DONNELLDenis On Monday, Denis M'DONNELL and William SCANNELL, Coopers of Cork, were convicted before the Mayor of that City, in a penalty amounting to £10, for making up 20 butter firkins of green unseasoned timber. 3d Geo. 4. chap 85, levies a fine of 10s. each firkin so manufactured.NickR
WMT J1824610NPDM'DONNELLEleanorMrsOn Usher's-quay, Mrs. Eleanor M'Donnell, wife of Laurence M'Donnell, Esq., Proprietor of Harold's cross Paper-mills.SdeM
LC1824218NPMM'DONNELLHenry BEsqOn Tuesday last, in the Church of Kilmallock, By the Rev. James ELLARD, Henry BAYLEY, Esq. of Mount Elin, County of Cork, to Jane eldest daughter of Henry B. MíCONNELL, Esq.NickR
FJ1857520NPDM'DONNELLJRevSee Mathew GEOGHEGANNickR
FJ1862710NPAM'DONNELLJames Gracepark saleNickR
LC1824218NPMM'DONNELLJane On Tuesday last, in the Church of Kilmallock, By the Rev. James ELLARD, Henry BAYLEY, Esq. of Mount Elin, County of Cork, to Jane eldest daughter of Henry B. MíCONNELL, Esq.NickR
Longford J1839330NPMM'DONNELLJohnEsqMarch 21, in the cathedral of Cork, by the Venerable Archdeacon St. Lawrence, the Rev. George Vessey, Curate of Brooklodge, to Catherine Marion, only daughter of John M'Donnell, Esq., of Cork.SdeM
Longford J1839511NPDM'DONNELLJohnMrMay 2, of a lingering illness, Mr. John M'Donnell, Bachelor's walk, deeply and sincerely lamented.SdeM
WMT J1824610NPDM'DONNELLLaurenceEsqOn Usher's-quay, Mrs. Eleanor M'Donnell, wife of Laurence M'Donnell, Esq., Proprietor of Harold's cross Paper-mills.SdeM
FJ1819824NPMM'DONNELLMaryMissOn the 17th inst, in Castlebar, Willaim WALDRON Esq of Fara, co Mayo, to Miss Mary M'DONNELL of CorrathanwahasNickR
CG HA1788505NPSM'DONNELLRobertMrLimerick April 28. The 24th instamt, Mr. Robert M'DONNELL, Surveyor of Excise of Charleville, assisted by Messrs. J. PEPPARD and St. Leger STRETCH, guagers, with two troops of the 14th light dragoons, effected a suprise on the town of Hospital, at four o'clock in the morning, where they discovered two extensive malt houses, privately at work, and sized above 400 barrels of concealed malt, together with a number of brewing pans, which they safely lodged in his Majesty's Stores.NickR
LEP-CS18301217NPSM'DONNELLWinifred While a country woman, named Winifred M'DONNELL, was engaged purchasing some meat at the Northumberland market, Limerick, on Saturday night, a large bag, containing sixty-six yards if linen, quantities of cloth, corduroy, velveteen, and check, was stolen from a car, which she left at the entrance. A few of our active City Police being appraised of the robbery went immediately in pursuit, and succeeded in apprehending the theif—a noted character—named John LYNCH, alias "Boatswain" LYNCH, who was after disposing of his booty to a broker in the Irishtown. The thief and two persons for receiving the stoled goods have been committed for the offence. LYNCH was sentenced to seven years' transportation for a former offence, and but lately returned after fulfilling the mitigated sentence in the Dublin Richmond Penitentiary.NickR
WMT J18241118NPDM'DONNELL MrsOn Wednesday night last Mrs. M'Donnell, wife of Chas. M'Donnell, Esq., Carhue, county Clare.SdeM
LC1827314NPDM'DONOUGHAnthonyEsq MDIn Ennis, much regretted, Anthony M'DONOUGH, Esq. M. D.NickR
LC1824320NPSM'DONOUGHFrancis Francis M'DONOUGH, of Galway, fell out of a sloop at Tarbet, on Sunday, in a state of intoxication, and was drownedNickR
LEP-CS1831201NPSM'DONOUGHLaurence Thursday, a boat, laden with turf, from the Island of Minish, in Galway Bay, with a crew consisting of three men, was upset by a squall two miles west of Caran. Two of the poor fellows on board, named CLOGHERTY, perished. Several boats passed without making any effort for their perservation; but the third person, BARRETT, was providentially saved from a watery grave by the prompt intervention of Mr. Laurence M'DONOUGH, master of the smack Mary, of Galway.NickR
WMT J1832628NPDM'DONOUGHMorganEsqIn Roscommon, on the 16th instant, at an advanced age, Morgan M'Donough, Esq., formerly of Sligo. On the following day his remains were removed to Kilmorgan, the family burial place, County of Sligo.SdeM
WMT J1825217NPMM'DOUGAL Mrs AdmiralOn Tuesday, the 6th inst. at Connaught-place, London, by special licence from his Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, John Edmund Browne, Esq. eldest son of Sir John Edmund Browne, of Johnstown, County of Dublin, Bart. to Mrs. Admiral M'Dougal, late of Grosvenor-place, Bath.SdeM
WMT J1827524NPDM'DOUGALLA CCaptAt Glasgow, Captain A.C. M'Dougall, late of the 16th Lancers.SdeM
WMT J1823529NPDM'DOUGALLHenryEsqOn the 17th of May, at his house in Harcourt-st., Dublin, Henry M'Dougall, Esq., Barrister at Law, and one of his Majesty's Counsel.SdeM
WMT J1834410NPDM'DOWALLGrahamMrsOn the 19th ult., at Hermand, Mrs. Graham M'Dowall, relict of the Hon. George Fergusson, Lord Hermand.SdeM
WMT J1825630NPMM'DOWALLJohnEsqIn Belfast, by the Rev. Doctor Cupples, John M'Dowall, Esq. of Lisburn, to Eleanor, relict of the late John Whitla, Esq. and daughter of the late John Haynes, of Hazelor, in the County of Warwick, Esq. SdeM
WMT J18241104NPDM'DOWELBenjamineEsqOn the 20th inst., in Eccles-street, Benjamine M'Dowel, Esq., eldest son of the late Rev. Doctor M'Dowel, after a painful and protracted illness.SdeM
WMT J18241104NPDM'DOWEL Rev DrOn the 20th inst., in Eccles-street, Benjamine M'Dowel, Esq., eldest son of the late Rev. Doctor M'Dowel, after a painful and protracted illness.SdeM
WMT J1829521NPBMEADEdmund WakefieldEsqMay 13, at Newbridge House, Dawlish, the residence of her father, Colonel Rochfort, M.P., the Lady of Edmund Wakefield Mead, Esq., of a son and heir.SdeM
Pue'sO1736424NPSMEADRichardSir BtWe hear that Sir Richard MEAD Bart of Ballintober in the co of Cork worth £7,000 per ann is to be married next week to Miss Katty PRETTY daughter of Coll. PRETTY of Killboy in the co of Tipperary, a lady of great beauty and meritNickR
WMT J18261005NPMMEADEEdmond WakefieldEsqAt Dawlish, Devon, Edmond Wakefield Meade, Esq. late of H.M. Ceylon Civil Service, to Harriot Bloomfield, daughter of Lieutenant Col. Gustavus Rochfort, M.P., for this County.SdeM
WMT J1828605NPMMEADEEliza In Cork, Mr. Charles Cottrell, to Eliza, daughter of the late Richard Boyle Meade, of Youghal, Esq.SdeM
Longford J1839330NPMMEADEJRevMarch 23, at Kensington Church, by the Rev. J. Meade, the Rev. Robert Lovett, of the county of Dublin, to Frances, only daughter of W.A. Soames, of Milton, Kent, Esq.SdeM
LGA18191102NPSMEADEJ A Yesterday, at a meeting of the subscribers to the Limerick Mercantile Society, it was Resolved that Subscriptions to the library, be immediately entered into, and that the following Committee be appopinted for carring the same into effect:—
Samuel FURNELL,
George H. IEVERS
William GLOVER
Captain O'SHAUGHNESSY
Michael LYNCH
J. A. MEADE
Thomas DREW, Secretary.
NickR
LC1785912NPMMEADEJohn ThomasMrLast Saturday, Mr. John MEADE, Thomas, Linen-Draper, to Miss ROCHE, niece to Philip ROCHE, John, Esq; a very amiable and acomplished young lady, with a large fortune.NickR
Longford J18391221NPMMEADERichardEsqDecember 13, by proxy, at the residence of her mother, in Lower Sherrard- street, Matilda Maria Clark, youngest daughter of the late Edward Clark, Esq., of Palmerstown, county Dublin, to Richard Meade, Esq., of the city of Guanajuato, Mexico.SdeM
WMT J1828605NPMMEADERichard BoyleEsqIn Cork, Mr. Charles Cottrell, to Eliza, daughter of the late Richard Boyle Meade, of Youghal, Esq.SdeM
WMT J18291210NPMMEADERichard Charles Francis ChristianEarl of ClanwilliamAt Donoughmore Church, by the Rev. Mr. Crawford, James Fitzmaurice, of Knockavelie, in the county of Kerry, Esq., one of the Solicitors of the Court of Chancery in Ireland, to Theodosia Cavendish Donovan, daughter of Captain Cavendish, formerly Collector of Dundalk, and the near relative of the Lords Waterpark, Clanwilliam Richard Charles Francis Christian Meade, Brandon, Kilmaine, Mayo, Mountmorris, and of the Lord Bishop of Waterford.SdeM
WMT G1835716NPDMEADEThomasEsq F T C DOn the 1st instant, at Cheltenham, of consumption, Thomas Meade, Esq., F.T.C.D.SdeM
LGA1811927NPSMEADEThomasMrMr. Thomas MEADE has been appointed Sub-Distributor of Stamps in the town of Bruff, in this county.NickR
FJ1764324-27NPDMEADEWilliamRev DrAt Ballintubber, the Rev William MEADE DD late of CorkNickR
FJ1804616NPMMEADE MissAt Cashel William PHELAN Esq to Miss MEADE daughter of late Henry MEADE of Riverstown Co Cork EsqNickR
WMT J1827920NPDMEADE MissAt Lisburn, Miss Meade, in the 22d year of her age.SdeM
LC1824724NPSMEAGHERJohn At the Court of Petty Sessions, this day — present, the Mayor, Sir C. MARRETT, and William ROCHE, Esq. The only case that appeared for investigation was that of a man named John MEAGHER, who was found at an unseasonable hour, last night, in the Convent of St. Clare.— This unfortunate creature was examined by the bench, and voluntarily made the followning statement:— That he was a blacksmith by trade; admitted scaling the Nunnery wall, and that his sole object in getting into the premises was the hope of being transported; that he was excommunicated about 15 months ago (for stealing a silver chalice out of the Convent Chapel,) since which period he has been refused employment everywhere he applied; is reduced to the most extreme distress; has not been suffered to enter any house; lives by begging a few potatoes and is obliged to roast them in a lime-kiln; no one, not even his brother, would know him or hold community with him; is almost in a state of nakedness and actually starving from want and misery; transportation would be a relief for him.
  This singular and lamentable detail made a considerable impression on the Court: the unfortunate wretch was truly an object of pity. The porter of the Nunnery, William O'MEALY, then swore informations against him, and he was committed to stand trial at the ensuing assizes.
  The Mayor observed, that if the prosecution failed, he might be indicted as a vagrant, and thus his wished would be accomplished.
NickR
LC1783106NPSMEAHANPatrick Mr. Thomas POWELL acknowledges the receit of ten Guineas by the hands of the Rev. Mr. NIHILL, for the relief of the poor Debtors; by which five unhappy Men in the City Gaol have been relieved from confinement, viz. Hugh CLAREY, Michael M'NAMARA, William CORCORAN, William MEAGHAN, and Patrick MEAHANNickR
LC1783106NPSMEAHANWilliam Mr. Thomas POWELL acknowledges the receit of ten Guineas by the hands of the Rev. Mr. NIHILL, for the relief of the poor Debtors; by which five unhappy Men in the City Gaol have been relieved from confinement, viz. Hugh CLAREY, Michael M'NAMARA, William CORCORAN, William MEAGHAN, and Patrick MEAHANNickR
LC1794329NPSMEANYThomas Since the commencment of our Assizs, two men have been capitally convicted in the County Court; viz. Edmond CONNEELY, for a burglary and felony, and Thomas MEANY, for burning houses in Kilfinan.NickR
WMT J18231204NPDMEARAJamesRevAt Wellbrook, in the 80th year of his age, the Rev. James Meara, Rector of Freshford, &c. By the death of this gentleman thirteen or fourteen Church livings have become vacant.SdeM
WMT J1824429NPMMEARA Capt RNOn the 24th inst. at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. J. Dunn, Captain Meara, of the R.N., to Grace, daughter of the late W. Kean, Esq., of Clontarf.SdeM
Longford J18391123NPMMEARESCharles HEsqNov. 20, in St. Paul's Church, John Caldwell, of Dublin, merchant, to Frances Maria, eldest daughter of Charles H. Meares, Esq., of that city.SdeM
Longford J18391123NPMMEARESFrances Maria Nov. 20, in St. Paul's Church, John Caldwell, of Dublin, merchant, to Frances Maria, eldest daughter of Charles H. Meares, Esq., of that city.SdeM
WMT J1828228NPSMEARESGeorge R OUTRAGES. On Sunday last, the 24th inst. while Mr. George R. Meares, of Killenboy, and his family, were attending Divine Service ... Last week an armed party entered the house of Thomas Wynne, in the neighbourhood of Ballymahon ... On the night of Ash Wednesday, the house of Mr. John Siggins, of Bonevally, near Athlone in this Co. ...SdeM
WMT J1831714NPMMEARESJohnEsqOn the 6th instant, at Churchtown, by the Rev. John Reed, John Meares, of Mearescourt, Esq., to Maria, daughter of Charles Kelly, of Charleville, Esq.SdeM
WMT J1832412NPBMEARESJohn DEsqOn the 6th inst., the Lady of John D. Meares, of Mearescourt, Esq., of a son.SdeM
LGA1815120NPMMEDGEJamesRevAt Meath, the Rev James MEDGE (recte METGE), son of the late Baron MEDGE, to Miss WOLFE, niece of Lord NoburyNickR

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John Thomas ATKIN  Anne BANKS  Part 03
Joseph BANKS  Edward BATTY  Part 04
Espine BATTY  Edward BENNET  Part 05
Eliza BENNET  E BERNEY  Part 06
Maria BERNEY  James S BLACKER  Part 07
Stewart BLACKER  Thomas BOND  Part 08
Thomas BOND  Mary BOYD  Part 09
Robert BOYD  John BRINKLEY  Part 10
John BRINKLEY  Edward BULLER  Part 11
BULLER   BYRNE  Part 12
Francis BYRON  Parker CARROLL  Part 13
Robert Franklin CARROLL  Charles CHAMBERLAIN  Part 14
Charles CHAMBERLAIN  Crosbie Morgell CHRISTIAN  Part 15
Douglas CHRISTIAN  Jane CLOSE  Part 16
John F CLOSE  Teresa COMERFORD  Part 17
John (Jun) COMINS  Charles COOTE  Part 18
Charles COOTE  Mary COOTE  Part 19
Mary COOTE  Robert COX  Part 20
Samuel COX  [John Wilson] CROKER  Part 21
[Margaret Anne] CROKER  Elizabeth Jane CROKER  Part 22
Elizabeth Vowel (nee COX) CROKER  John CROKER  Part 23
John CROKER  Thomas CROKER  Part 24
Thomas CROKER  Anne CUMBERLEGE  Part 25
CUMBERLEGE  Basil Lukey DAVOREN  Part 26
Basil D'AVOREN  Eliza D'ESTERRE  Part 27
H D'ESTERRE  Simon DONOVAN  Part 28
Theodosia Cavendish DONOVAN  Francis Barry DREW  Part 29
Francis Lambert DREW   DREW  Part 30
DREW  John ECHLIN  Part 31
John ECHLIN  Eliza EVANS  Part 32
Eliza EVANS  David FERGUSON  Part 33
Eliza FERGUSON  William FITZGERALD  Part 34
William FITZGERALD  Francis FORSTER  Part 35
Francis FORSTER  Richard FRIZELLE  Part 36
FRODSHAM  John GEORGE  Part 37
GEORGE  Thomas GOGGIN  Part 38
Thomas GOGGIN  William Francis GRAHAM  Part 39
William Thomas GRAHAM  Mary GREENE  Part 40
Molesworth GREENE  H HAILY  Part 41
G HALAHAN  Thomas HARDING  Part 42
Thomas HARDING  William HAY  Part 43
William HAY   HEWETSON  Part 44
HEWETSON  Lydia Cambridge (nee MACGOWAN) HODGSON  Part 45
George Frederick HODSON  John HOPKINS  Part 46
Joseph Francis HOPKINS  P HUNT  Part 47
Phineas HUNT  Simon Bunbury ISSAC[SIC]  Part 48
David Wilson IVERS   JOINT  Part 49
William JOLLY  David KELIHER  Part 50
Larn KELIHER  Matilda KIFT  Part 51
Thomas KIFT  Catherine Anne LAMB  Part 52
Vincent LAMB   LAW  Part 53
LAW  John LEE  Part 54
John LEE   LEIGH  Part 55
LEIGH  Alicia Mary LLOYD  Part 56
Anna LLOYD  Hugh LYLE  Part 57
Hugh LYLE  Thomas Perceval MAGEE  Part 58
Thomas Perceval MAGEE  Simon MARSHALL  Part 59
William MARSHALL  Patrick MATHEWS  Part 60
Patrick MATHEWS  William MAYNARD  Part 61
William MAYNARD  James MEDGE  Part 62
C Dowling MEDLICOT  Frances MITFORD  Part 63
William Vernon MITFORD  Elizabeth Shewbridge MONTGOMERY  Part 64
George MONTGOMERY  Mary MORRIS  Part 65
Oliver MORRIS  Denis MYERS  Part 66
James MYLES  Sarah Frances NORTH  Part 67
NORTH  Thomas O'DELL  Part 68
Thomas O'DELL  David O'MALLEY  Part 69
Margaret O'MALLY  Thomas PAKENHAM  Part 70
Thomas PAKENHAM  John PEACOCKE  Part 71
John PEACOCKE  David PERSE  Part 72
Francis PERSE  Marianne PILKINGTON  Part 73
Nicholas PILKINGTON  Catherine PRICE  Part 74
Charles PRICE  Richard RAVENSCROFT  Part 75
Francis RAWDON-HASTINGS  Theodosia RICE  Part 76
Theodosia (nee PERY) RICE  William ROCHE  Part 77
William ROCHE  Ambrose Lynch RUSH  Part 78
Francis Ffrench RUSH  William RYVES  Part 79
William RYVES  William SCOTT  Part 80
William SCOTT  James Coote SHUTER  Part 81
John SHUTER   SMITH  Part 82
SMITH  John STANHOPE  Part 83
Charlotte STANLEY  Richard Henry STRONG  Part 84
D STRUTHERS  Mary SWAN  Part 85
Mary SWAN   TANDY  Part 86
TANDY  Power le Poer TENCH  Part 87
TENCH  Philip TOUHY  Part 88
Philip TOUHY  G W TYRRELL  Part 89
George TYRRELL  Cadwallder WADDY  Part 90
Cadwaller WADDY  Robert WALLACE  Part 91
Sarah WALLACE  John jun WEEKES  Part 92
Nathaniel WEEKES  Richard WHITE  Part 93
Richard WHITE  Benjamin WILSON  Part 94
Benjamin WILSON  William WILSON  Part 95
William WILSON  John WOULFE  Part 96
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